Neha Sabharwal joined the firm in the Fall of 2019. Prior to joining Keker, Van Nest & Peters, Ms. Sabharwal served as a law clerk to Judge Ketanji B. Jackson of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.
Ms. Sabharwal earned her J.D. from Harvard Law School and graduated cum laude from Duke University with a B.A. in Public Policy. Prior to law school she conducted business and financial due diligence as an investment banking analyst with Barclays.
Ms. Sabharwal is admitted to practice law in California.
As part of our pro bono practice, we represented the families of four political prisoners that were killed by members of the Argentine military in the 1970s. We brought claims on behalf of the families under the Torture Victim Protections Act in the Southern District of Florida against former Argentine naval officer Roberto Guillermo Bravo. Following a weeklong trial, a Miami jury found Mr. Bravo responsible for the extrajudicial killing and torture of our clients’ family members awarded them more than $24 million in damages.
Two Keker, Van Nest & Peters teams were named among The Am Law Litigation Daily's Litigators of the Week Runners-Up for their back-to-back trial wins. Read more
A Miami jury found former Argentine naval officer Roberto Guillermo Bravo responsible for the extrajudicial killing of Eduardo Cappello, Rubén Bonet, Ana María Villarreal de Santucho. Read more
U.S. jury awards families of four victims $24.25 million in damages after finding Roberto Guillermo Bravo civilly liable for torture and extrajudicial killing Read more
Lawyers from Keker, Van Nest & Peters filed an amicus brief on behalf of more than 150 distinguished economists today, in support of the Jackson Women’s Health Organization, to urge the United States Supreme Court to affirm a federal appellate court’s decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization holding that pre-viability abortions are constitutionally protected. Read more
San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin announces that the District Attorney’s Office has submitted for filing a civil prosecution action against three corporations that manufacture and distribute ghost guns throughout California. Keker, Van Nest & Peters, LLP and the Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence are co-counsel in this groundbreaking case. Read more
"Clean Hands and Dirty Money: Protecting Against Tainted Attorney Fees, Forfeiture, and the Risks of Emerging Currencies," co-authored with Steven Ragland, The Champion, August 2022
“Microfinance and Mobile Banking for the Bottom of the Pyramid,” Journal of Enterprising Communities, Vol. 7, No. 2. 2013.